Category: State of Mind

July 21, 2011 / / State of Mind

FQL Console is a simple Facebook application allowing you to learn more about your friends, by answering questions like:

Who are the single girls from my friends?
Who are the single guys ?
What girls are in complicated relationships?
What girls are in open relationships?
Who among your friends in an open relationship?

Read the PostFQL Console – Learn More about Your Facebook Friends

July 15, 2011 / / State of Mind

For the past few days, I’ve been spending my spare time working on an simple and fun app that allows everyone to browse their Facebook friends in a more interesting fashion and find out new things about their friends.
While the app is functional, I’m still crushing some usability bugs.
I’m not a designer, so don’t expect anything too breath-takingly eye-catching.
I am however a very curios person, so do expect something that satisfies your curiosity.

Read the Post… fun app coming soon

July 3, 2011 / / State of Mind
March 1, 2011 / / State of Mind

The leap forward which I expect in the next 20 years is nano-robotics – the intelligent micro-machines with the above mentioned properties. There are two main paths human kind could take in order to reach that goal …

Read the PostTrending Topics of 2061 (Part 1)

February 8, 2011 / / #RandomThought
December 2, 2010 / / State of Mind
November 21, 2010 / / Startups

One night I was working on TimeOP. In the backround I was playing tunes from di.fm. I receive this text message from a high school computer science professor. The text message was like “Are you still on Tuesday, the 16th of November 2010 ?”. The message didn’t make any sense, especially since I hadn’t talked to this guy in years (although we got along really well in high school). I was actually wondering how he got my number.

Read the PostStartup Nightmares (part 2)

November 21, 2010 / / Startups

Next thing I know I violently wake up. I had had the weirdest startup nightmare. And yes, it was about TimeOP.

Now you may think it was about our project failing to get traction. Or about my being naked in a room fool of VCs. Or maybe about potential clients just walking out on my presentation. But no, no…. it was far more interesting.

Read the PostStart-up Nightmares (part 1)

October 13, 2010 / / Startups